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Old Time Radio
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An aircheck from Halloween night 1973. A night of radio drama starting with a local version of War of the Worlds, Arch Obler's "The Darkness", a show on Vampires, A ghost story called "The Bed", "People Places and Things - a 30" piece on UFO's. Including actual commercials from the time period in Buffalo, NY. All pieces were performed by DJ's at the station at the time. The DJ for the War of the Worlds was known as Shane, who seemed to be the archetype for the hip...
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Topic: OTR,Radio,WKBW,Halloween,drama,War of the Worlds, HG Wells, Orson Wells,Mars,Buffalo,radio
Old Time Radio
by TCS
audio
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comment 8
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Topic: TCS OTR
Old Time Radio
audio
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Short-lived, musically memorable NBC radio show by the virtuoso guitarist/recording innovator, his vocalist wife Mary Ford, and their bass/percussion partner Ed Stapleton.
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Old Time Radio
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Adventures of Superman is a radio show which aired between 1938 and 1951 on Mutual and ABC with Kelloggs as a sponsor. While being aired on Mutual it was a 15 minute show but was increased to a half hour aftering moving to ABC. For more Old Time Radio shows click Free OTR Shows
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The Lum Edwards Collection
audio
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Tarzan 1951
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Topics: Old Time Radio, Tarzan
Old Time Radio
by Old Time Radio Researchers Group
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THE MEL BLANC SHOW Mel Blanc's success on The Jack Benny Program led to his own radio show on the CBS Radio Network, The Mel Blanc Show , which ran from September 3, 1946 to June 24, 1947. Blanc played himself as the hapless owner of a fix-it shop, as well as a wide range of comical support characters. Other regular characters were played by Mary Jane Croft, Joseph Kearns, Hans Conreid, Alan Reed, Earle Ross, Jim Backus, Bea Benaderet and The Sportsmen Quartet, who would supply a song and sing...
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Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Set, OTRR Certified Set, The Mel Blanc...
Old Time Radio
audio
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8 episodes from the 1941-50 series based on the popular book and movie, starring Claudia Morgan as Nora Charles and Les Damon, David Gothard, Les Tremayne, and Joseph Curtain as Nick Charles. Episodes Titles source: http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/dd2jb-Advs-Thin-Man.html
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Topics: Thin Man, Old Time Radio
Old Time Radio
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(143 Episodes) Update: ** Episode information added to all uploads prior to Jan 05, 2011 JACK BENNY (Feb 14, 1894 – Dec 26, 1974): Jack Benny, born Benjamin Kubelsky, was an American comedian, vaudevillian, radio, television, and film actor. Widely recognized as one of the leading American entertainers of the 20th century, Benny played the role of the comic penny-pinching miser, insisting on remaining 39 years old on stage despite his actual age, and often (although an accomplished violinist)...
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Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Wartime, OTR Sitcom, OTR Comedy, OTR Comedian, * Jack Benny, OTRadio CBS,...
Old Time Radio
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Amos and Andy - 1944
Old Time Radio
audio
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Amos and Andy - 1943
Collectie Filmcollectief
movies
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Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy are going for a ride but getting a flat tire.
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Old Time Radio
by Laurel and Hardy
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The never aired NBC pilot for Laurel and Hardy where they would get a new job at the start of each episode. Kick back and enjoy "Mr. Slater's Poultry Market" with Laurel and Hardy(26 Minutes) Click here for the Laurel and Hardy Channel over at The Naked Gord Program for a bevy more of the boys!
Topics: Mr. Slater's Poultry Market, Laurel, Hardy, Stan, Oliver, Laurel and hardy
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Old Time Radio
audio
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The Stan Freberg Show was a weekly radio comedy show that ran on the CBS Radio Network for only fifteen episodes in 1957–58. The show, starring comedian Stan Freberg and featuring the vocal talents of Daws Butler, June Foray, and Peter Leeds and the musical direction of Billy May, ran in the 7 p.m. timeslot previously occupied by The Jack Benny Program. The show was produced by Pete Barnum with sound effects by Bill James and Gene Twombly. Despite its short run, the show managed to develop...
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Topics: stan, freberg, comedy, radio, old time radio, daws butler, june foray
Community Audio
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From 1957, a brief experiment in radio by Boris Karloff.
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Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR, boris karloff
A/V Geeks
by Frank Capra Productions
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From the description in Rick Prelinger's Field Guide to Sponsored Films: Popular scientific film directed by Frank Capra that launched the Bell System Science series. Combining animation and live action, Our Mr. Sun uses a scientist-writer team to present information about the sun and its importance to humankind. NOTE: Produced in Technicolor, the film was originally telecast in 1956 and 1957 to 9 million homes; some 600 16mm prints were distributed to schools and community organizations...
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Topics: sun, bell science series, science, animation
Roy Trumbull presents the first of four programs dedicated to Leadbelly’s last recording sessions, in which the singer and musician performs many of the songs he had learned or written during his life. Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Leadbelly, was born to a poor African American family sometime in the waning years of the 19h century, (ca. 1888). A large, strong man with a booming voice, and an ability to play the 12 string guitar, Leadbelly spent much of his early life, working hard,...
Topics: KPFA-FM, Music, Folk Music, Leadbelly
Books for People with Print Disabilities
by William Broonzy
texts
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Silent Films
movies
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Comedy masterpiece starring Stan Laurel as the dashing Dr. Pyckle, who transforms into the fiendish Mr. Pride. This hilarious movie from 1925 shows the true genius of Stan Laurel. A gem!
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Topics: Stan Laurel, comedy, parody
Silent Films
by Howard Hughes, Preston Sturges
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This final film by silent screen star Harold Lloyd comes nine years after his previous feature. In this film, that reprises a character portrayed by Lloyd in a 1925 film, it is shown what happened to our hero, Harold Diddlebock (Lloyd), twenty years after his big triumph on the college football field. Struggling in the same job he received twenty years previous, Diddlebock is fired so he wanders the streets and eventually goes into a bar. After drinking his first drink in his life, and a...
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Topics: Comedy, Preston Sturges, Harold Lloyd
Silent Films
by Enrico Dieckmann & Albin Grau
movies
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This is the most complete version available (just over 93 minutes) as this movie was demanded by Bram Stokers widow to be destroyed after winning 2 lawsuits in the mid & late 1920's. Tinted scenes and beautiful quality. I have seen the current version here at archive.org and decided to post this one as it is of much better video quality, although the music is a nit hokey. Enjoy this classic horror with the very creepy Max Schrek as the (IMHO) best vampire ever to waltz across the silver...
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Topics: bram, stoker, dracula, orlek, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller, Nosferatu
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Classic TV
by Larry Burns
movies
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Mr. Conklin tries to publicize the school's mascot.
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Topics: Our Miss Brooks, Classic TV, 1950s
Classic TV
by Larry Burns
movies
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Miss Brooks and Mrs. Davis are both being stalked by a mysterious man with a black moustache. The stranger forces Connie to a TV studio where she's guest of honor on the Here is Your Past TV program. They bring on her "friends", all who are upset with her for various silly reasons. Most upset is Mr. Conklin who's suffering an allergic reaction to her puppy.
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Topics: Our Miss Brooks, Classic TV, 1950s
Classic TV
by Larry Burns
movies
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Mr. Conklin gets his name in the paper by scheduling a safety jump from the school roof. However when the day arrives for him to jump he gets cold feet, fakes an injury and then tries to get someone else at Madison to do the jump in his place. Suddenly all of the male teachers are injured in some way and it is up to Miss Brooks to jump or else!
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Topics: Our Miss Brooks, Classic TV, 1950s
Academic Film Archive of North America
by MPO Productions
movies
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This outrageous parody of the prototype 'commercial' family was apparently made as an in-house joke by one of the largest producers of television commercials. Their clients would have never seen this gem, which parodies products as well as the people that buy them.
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Topics: parody, advertisement, asian